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thank the u.s. capitol police and the district of columbia police for responding quickly and professionally. >>> tonight there's growing concern about our nation's mental health care system one day after the stabbing of a virginia state senator. we got an update on deeds just about an hour ago. he has improved today. he was stabbed several times in his home by his son gus yesterdayday. there were reports that there was not enough room for him at a psychiatric facility. outside state senator creigh deeds' law office, a notice inviting well wishers inside to start a car. the medical center where he is suffering from stab wounds inflicted by his son during an attack. his condition is upgraded to good. >> i'm so relieved that he's doing better. that's janet howell. she's also a leading voice on mental health issues in the virginia general assembly. she says the deeds family tragedy casts the spotlight yet again on problems with virginia's mental health system. yesterday it was reported that hours before the attack 24-year-old gus deeds was the subject of an emergency custody
who killed a u.s. postal worker. police still searching for a suspect as co-workers gather to remember their colleague. >>> plus, mixed reaction to an historic agreement on iran's nuclear program. some calling this disagreement a historic mistake. good evening, if you've entered outside you probably wanted to turn back around and go inside much it was brutally cold. plenty of folks were in the mall today all bundled up. many tourists we talked to were surprised it was this cold this early in the season. guess what? we're in for an even colder night tonight. decided to get out in the elements herself, still feeling? >> it is breezy at times. why not go outside, it's the cold eflt day since march 25th. our high was only 34 degrees. look where the windchills are at still. feeling in the 20s and teens. 23 in washington and i'm feeling all those 23 degrees. 16 in gaithersburg and camp springs and 17 in manassas. tomorrow, still chilly but not windy, high temperatures tomorrow around 38 degrees. before we get to thanksgiving, which will be our coldest thanksgiving since 2000? we are going to
a temperature climb to talk about. first, tonight, it is another cold one for us. temperatures in the 30s. low and mid-30s from montgomery county through loudoun county, prince william and fauquier county. we are starting out in the 20s in most neighborhoods. again, the temperature climb expected not just for the weekend but for next week. i have a nice forecast coming up. >>> as we await the official cause of death for a father and d.c. national guardsman, family members say they think it was a tragic accident. he was 29 years old when his body was found floating in baltimore on wednesday. tonight, we are hearing from his grieving family members for the first time. erika gonzalez is at the live desk with the react that's just come in. >> the interview we just got from wbal in baltimore is nothing short of heart breaking. he didn't know it, but the d.c. national guard just selected him as airman of the year. tonight, his parents told us, they are glad he got that recognition. there has been a tremendous outpouring of support for them and the 4-year-old daughter he leaves behind. they think he
of people in northwest. >>> a fire destroyed a home. >> good evening, thank you for joining us. i'm erika gonzalez. >> i'm jim vance. we are witnessing a change for people in the post thanksgiving tradition. retail stores all over the area are open now. they don't wait for black friday anymore. this holiday has become officially a big day for retailers, has been for some time now. shomari stone is in fairfax where the doors of a big box store opened up. what's going on there? >> well, live television at its best. these folks are coming in now, as we speak. here they go. they have been waiting in line, bundled up like burritos. look at these folks. they are waming up as we speak. they are getting their carts. i'm at best buy in fair lakes shopping center. they are excited to get in here and get good deals. many of them tell me, this is what thanksgiving has become. they say they are here to buy gifts for their families and friends and for christmas time. just an hour ago, toys "r" us opened. let's roll video for you all on that. they opened in additionwide an hour ago. these folks rushed i
to 50 miles an hour. the rest of us will see winds gusting 30 to 40 miles an hour. and a very cold start early tomorrow morning. temperatures in the 20s will lead to windchills in the teens to start off with. a low of 27. 33 by 11:00. about 37 degrees for a high tomorrow on thanksgiving. that will be the coldest thanksgiving in well over a decade, and for you to check in with storm team 4 any hour of any day, all you have to do is download our weather app, search nbc washington weather in the itunes store or on google play. >> thank you, doug. how about the conditions on the roads right now? shomari stone is live trying to find out. >> reporter: hey, how are you guys doing? it is cold out here as doug kammerer just told you. i'm standing by where the beltway meets i-95 north and the traffic is moving rather well right now. of course, it's subject to change over time. the roadways are relatively clear for you folks thinking about hopping on the roadways now to the beltway and 95 north. we got on off of connecticut avenue, drivers are doing a relatively good job of slowing down on the road
's give you a live look at 95 here in laurel. the traffic closest to us, yeah, take a look at that, going pretty slow. that is i-95 north headed toward baltimore, headed toward many holiday destinations. take a trip and look at the highway sign. major delays on 95 north. if you are coming this way, expect a heavy, heavy commute. on the other side, that's 95 south headed back down toward d.c. that seems to be moving better right now. the rain continues to come down here. we have the cold and road spray. you want to have the windshield wipers on and the headlights on. we talked to one gentleman going from augusta, georgia to philadelphia. hopefully he's there by now. reporting live along 95, ad am tuss, news 4. >>> some flights leaving the airport are delayed because of the cloudy conditions. delays are expected to increase the closer we get to thanksgiving at airports all over the country. some airlines, including delta and u.s. airways are already waiving the fees they normally charge passengers to change their flights because of the forecast. >>> we are following another developing story
to tell us >>> a big day at the national zoo. tomorrow officials will announce the name of the new baby panda seen her earlier today on the panda cam. the zoo says it received more than 123,000 online votes to choose the panda's name. now, in keeping with chinese tradition, the winning name won't be announced until she is 100 days old and that is tomorrow. the name will be revealed on scrolls hanging from a 12-foot arch at the zoo and the public is invited to attend. >>> the 2013 hurricane season officially came to an end today, and it was historically weak. 1378 named storms formed in the atlantic this year. only two became hurricanes. and they never made landfall in the u.s. the only named storm that did make landfall was tropical storm andrea back in june. that goes down as one of the quietest hurricane seasons in more than 60 years. i don't think we're disappointed in that. >> not at all. >> amelia is going to warm things up for us. >> hard to believe december 1st is here tomorrow. we've been cold lately. this last week has been chilly. can't forget the two days of rain we had headi
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